A new law will ease restrictions on when victims of sex abuse can seek damages in court.
Sex abuse victims would have more time to come forward and sue under a bill the Assembly passed Monday.
The bill gives adult survivors of sexual abuse more time to bring a civil lawsuit against their perpetrators. It goes for a full Assembly vote March 25.
The amended law would permit all sexual abuse victims to civilly sue both institutions and specific individuals. It’d let victims of childhood sexual abuse file civil suits up until age 55 or seven ...
The Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Newark announced a victims compensation and counseling fund in which five of the state's diocese would participate. However, abuse victims express misgivings.
A gaggle of demonstrators congregated outside of Cathedral Basilica of the Sacred Heart and demanded to know the full scope of sexual abuse allegations against priests in New Jersey dioceses.